Serbian government

Brnabic: Philip Morris to invest additional 100 mln dollars in Serbia

NIS - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic on Wednesday announced a new 100 mln dollar Philip Morris investment in Serbia that will create 200 jobs in Nis.

Brnabic made the announcement at a ceremony that marked 20 years since the privatisation of the Nis Tobacco Industry, acquired by Philip Morris in 2003.

Serbia sells 12-year gov't bonds for 5.09 bln dinars

BELGRADE - The Serbian Public Debt Administration on Wednesday announced it had sold 12-year dinar-denominated government bonds at an auction for 5.09 bln dinars.

In a statement, the Administration said an issue of 12-year Serbian government bonds, maturing on August 20, 2032 and first issued on February 18, 2020, had been reopened on Tuesday.

Serbian economy picking up, planned 2.5 pct GDP growth achievable - council

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic on Monday chaired a session of the council tasked with coordinating activities and measures for promoting GDP growth, which concluded that the Serbian economy was picking up and that, at the present rate, a planned 2.5 pct GDP growth was achievable in 2023 despite a major economic slowdown in Europe and, especially, in countries Serbia gravitated towards the mo

Brnabic: Fulfilment of obligations precondition for continuation of normalisation with Pristina

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said during a meeting with the UK's special Western Balkans envoy Stuart Peach in Belgrade on Wednesday that fulfilment of agreed obligations was a precondition for a continuation of the process of normalisation of Belgrade-Pristina relations.

Brnabic: Serbia to boost cooperation with Suriname in all fields

BELGRADE - Serbia and Suriname are working together on improving their bilateral cooperation, the Serbian government said in a statement after PM Ana Brnabic received Surinamese FM Albert Ramdin on Monday.

In a friendly and cordial conversation, Brnabic noted that Serbia and Suriname were connected by close diplomatic and political ties, the government said in a statement.